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The E-Expert is Peugeot's second electric van.
The E-Expert is Peugeot's second electric van.

Another electric delivery van is hitting Australian roads soon, with Peugeot confirming that the order books are open for the new E-Expert.

The fully electric van will be offered in one long-wheelbase grade only, called the E-Expert Pro Long Auto, and it’s priced from $79,990 before on-road costs.

The E-Expert will join a small number of electric mid-size vans already on the market, including the LDV eDeliver 7 that ranges in price from $63,147 to $70,516, and the Mercedes-Benz eVito from $91,050 before on-roads.

Ford will launch the E-Transit Custom in Australia too, possibly before the end of the year.

Powering the E-Expert is a 75kWh lithium-ion battery producing 100kW of power and 270Nm of torque, ensuring a WLTP driving range of up to 330km.

The eDeliver 7 range stretches from 310km to 365km depending on the battery choice.

According to Peugeot, charging using a 100kW DC setup will take 45 minutes to get from zero to 80 per cent capacity. An 11kW three-phase wallbox charger takes seven hours and 30 minutes to completely fill the battery and a single phase 7.4kW charge is a little over 11 hours.

The electric delivery van is hitting Aussie roads soon
The electric delivery van is hitting Aussie roads soon

It comes with a 1001kg payload and a 6.1 cubic metre loading volume.

If you’re not ready to switch to electric power, Peugeot will still sell you an internal combustion engine Expert. There are a bunch of grades including short and long wheelbase all powered by a 110kW/370kW turbo-diesel engine, and pricing ranges from $43,490 to $52,490.

Inside the E-Expert’s cabin has been redesigned to improve comfort and ergonomics, and the digital instrument cluster and 10-inch multimedia touchscreen have been tweaked.

Order books are open for the new E-Expert
Order books are open for the new E-Expert

Standard safety gear extends to AEB with with low-light pedestrian and cyclist detection, a forward collision warning, blind spot detection, driver attention alert, front and rear parking sensors and an ‘Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System’ that generates a sound to alert pedestrians and the like when driving at low speeds.

Deliveries of the van kick off in the fourth quarter of the year, when the E-Expert joins the smaller E-Partner van in Peugeot’s Australian line-up.

Peugeot isn’t just ramping up EVs in its light-commercial van range either. The French brand already offers the E-2008 small SUV, and an updated version arrives Down Under soon.

The E-208 light hatchback is also confirmed, as is the next-gen E-3008 medium SUV, while the E-308 hatch is hitting dealerships in the second half of the year.

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Calling out the make and model of every single car he saw as a toddler might have challenged his parents’ patience, but it was clearly a starting point for Tim Nicholson’s journey into automotive journalism. Tim launched the program, Fender Bender, on community radio station JOY 94.9 during completion of his Master of Arts (Media and Communications). This led to an entry role at industry publication GoAuto, before eventually taking the role of Managing Editor. A stint as RACV’s Motoring Editor – including being an Australia’s Best Cars judge – provided a different perspective to automotive media, before leading him to CarsGuide where he started as a Contributing Journalist in September 2021, and transitioned to Senior Editor in April 2022, before becoming Managing Editor in December 2022.
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